Created for business professionals, students, designers, gamers, or just anyone with a laptop. The Slate Mobile Airdesk is cut from a block of pure, premium bamboo. It's ultra lightweight, super strong, and it will absorb the heat from your laptop. The curves, air ventilation, and docking station are chiseled, hand-sanded, and polished to mirror the feeling of glass. A super thick and heavy duty mouse pad is installed and sits flush against the surface of the slate.
Tiny Hands creates handmade polymer clay jewelry that looks and smells like food. These cute little trinkets don’t just look like tasty breakfast foods, they smell like them too. The waffle smells like a waffle, those pancakes smell like pancakes, and the fried egg smells like bacon! (you wouldn't exactly want them to smell like eggs!). They've got much more on their website, make sure to check them out!
The photo series Corpus Libris (which literally means "Body Books" in Latin) was created by Emily Pullen on one slow Thursday night at the Los Angeles independent bookstore Skylight Books, where Pullen worked. In this series, people cover parts of their body with books in order to creatively blend themselves in with the covers and create optical illusions. Since the project's creation, it has grown more and more popular, inspiring others to take their own Corpus Libris photos and send them to Pullen at her website, where she may post them.
It takes some imagination and careful positioning to get the book covers to line up perfectly with body parts and faces, but the results can be fantastic. The project is a fun way for book lovers everywhere to unleash their creativity.
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|The Devil Wears Prada|
|Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers|
|A Clockwork Oramge|
|Full Metal Jacket|
|Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship Of The Ring|
|Lord Of The Rings: Return Of The King|
|Night Of The Living Dead|
These prints capture the films' palettes and emotional essences: There are the brilliant blues of Pixar’s Finding Nemo, the eerie neon greens of The Matrix, the bloody reds of Pulp Fiction. So if you love Night of the Living Dead but don't want pictures of actual zombies on your wall, MovieDNA lets you pay homage with an abstract pattern of black and white stripes.
Hansen and Dartnell are currently funding MovieDNA on Kickstarter.